Public Health Report: Shaping Health in Hawaii – The Influences of Poverty, Housing and Food Insecurity

In June 2023, UHERO’s public health team, in partnership with the Pacific Alliance Against COVID-19, carried out the third wave of the UHERO Rapid Health Survey. The study engaged 1,575 adult residents of Hawai‘i and examined the links between mental health, food security and socio-economic determinants like housing conditions and poverty status.

UHERO’s Colin Moore and Ruben Juarez discuss the findings of the report in this episode of UHERO Focus:

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